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Nov 29, 2021 Peter Brueggeman
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Scuba diving with blue sharks and mako sharks offshore San Diego, California
Topics: shark, sharks, diving, scuba, san diego, california
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Nov 28, 2021 Peter Brueggeman
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Descriptions and photos from a 1997 trip to the Galapagos Islands
Topics: Galapagos Islands, wildlife, photography
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Nov 28, 2021 Peter Brueggeman
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Photos from the 2006 sockeye salmon spawning run on the Adams River in British Columbia, Canada
Topics: salmon, sockeye salmon, spawning, river, eggs, reproduction, Canada
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Nov 28, 2021 Peter Brueggeman
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Story of a May 2001 trip to see a shore-based tuna trap net fishery in the Mediterranean. Called a tonnara or madrague, there were large bluefin tuna (6 feet plus, 600-700 pounds) in schooling groups, swimming within the net traps, staged for harvesting.
Topics: tuna, bluefin tuna, fishing, Mediterranean, harvest, net
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Personal log of Sealab II aquanaut Berry Cannon, 2 July 1965 to 18 October 1965
Topics: Sealab II, US Navy, aquanaut, underwater habitat, scuba diving
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Sep 22, 2021 Berry Cannon
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Daily log of Sealab aquanaut Berry Cannon, from 2 July 1965 to 27 October 1965
Topics: Sealab, underwater habitat, diving, scuba diving, US Navy, La Jolla, California
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Sep 22, 2021 Berry Cannon
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Diving log of Sealab aquanaut Berry Cannon, from 8 July 1967 to 17 May 1968
Topics: Sealab, US Navy, diving, scuba diving, underwater habitat
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May 29, 2021 Ralph Lewin & Lanna Cheng with Voice of America
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audio of 1976 Voice of America public radio program on the "Song of the Sea Skaters," which was written by Scripps Institution of Oceanography professor Ralph Lewin about the Halobates seaskater insect collected and studied by SIO researcher Lanna Cheng, while both were onboard the R/V Thomas Washington. Lewin's lyrics were set to a madrigal tune of Thomas Campian (c1600) called "Never Weatherbeaten Soul." The recorder accompaniment was played by Lewin and Cheng. From SIO...
Topics: seaskater, halobates, insect, music, madrigal, oceanography, marine biology, entomology, insects
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Mar 17, 2021 Mary C Scheideman
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Genealogy of the descendents of Franz Brueggemann, who was born 24 May 1846 and died 22 April 1905. In 1881, Franz and his wife Catherine Vollmers emigrated from Germany to America, and settled in Zell, South Dakota. Includes family history back to the 1600s.  
Topics: Brueggeman, Brueggemann, genealogy, family, history, descendant, descendant
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Feb 27, 2021 Mikhail Vladimirovich Propp
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A memoir by Mikhail V. Propp, one of the pioneers of underwater research in the USSR. Propp writes about his experiences scuba diving in the Arctic and Antarctic,  Socotra Island and the Indian Ocean, the Kuril Islands and the Great Barrier Reef.  
Topics: scuba diving, underwater exploration, Russia, Soviet Union, Antarctica, Barents Sea, Kuril Islands,...
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Sep 19, 2020 Will Forman
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Issues of the Deep Submersible Pilots Association Newsletter, from 1968 to 1976
Topics: submersible, submarine, ocean, oceanography, marine
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Sep 19, 2020 Will Forman
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History of the Deep Submersible Pilots Association (DSPA) from 1967 to 2015
Topics: submersible, oceanography, ocean, marine, submarine
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Jun 4, 2020 Peter Brueggeman
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This bibliography is intended to be comprehensive for published research on the La Jolla Submarine Canyon and the Scripps Submarine Canyon, including selected non-scientific publications. Annotations are included for many publications so that the reader can learn a lot about the Canyons without chasing down individual publications. The bibliography is arranged from the most recent to the oldest. To assist in reading this bibliography, some background information on the canyons is first...
Topics: underwater canyon, submarine canyon, scuba diving, oceanography, San Diego, La Jolla, marine...
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Mar 13, 2020 Lee Shippey
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They planned to produce the great American novel, but the stork came flying low. They had to turn to potboilers to pay for the baby, and hung out the white flag. But the stork couldn't understand signals and kept bringing them more babies, until they realized that instead of the great American novel they had produced the great American family. Published: Riverside Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1938
Topic: novel
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Dec 5, 2019 Peter Brueggeman
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In the early 1980s, a group bicycle ride started in Venice, California, and proceeded south along the beach bikepath to and around the Palos Verdes Peninsula and back. At an overlook of the Long Beach harbor, with discussion led by Christopher Michael Hassett (1952-2003), B.I.K.E. free-associated its way into being. Definitions of the B.I.K.E. acronym vary, but B.I.K.E. is not well served in the expenditure of time on definition.
Topics: Christopher Michael Hassett, bicycle riding, friends, bicycling, friends, UCLA, Venice, Los Angeles
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Dec 5, 2019 Peter Brueggeman
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In 1995, 1996, and 1998, Peter Brueggeman participated in three research cruises led by Dr. Eric Vetter studying submarine canyon ecology in Southern California submarine canyons using the Delta submersible. Brueggeman writes on his dives in Scripps and La Jolla submarine canyons, Dume submarine canyon, Carlsbad submarine canyon, Redondo submarine canyon and Southern California non-canyon seafloor control sites.
Topics: submersible, submarine canyon, underwater canyon, ecology, marine biology
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Oct 7, 2019 Fernando Lugo
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Pre-deployment briefing on Sealab 3 by someone unknown on Feb 14, 1969. Digitized from cassette tape held by Master Diver Fernando Lugo.
Topics: underwater habitat, sealab, navy, san clemente island, man in the sea
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May 18, 2019 Peter Brueggeman
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This scientific bibliography on human-powered submarines aims to list references containing some level of technical information. The references are listed in reverse chronological order.
Topics: human power, submarine, racing
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May 18, 2019 Peter Brueggeman
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The San Diego Bay Bibliography references the scientific & gray literature on the Bay up through 1994 and it is NOT current. Compiled from numerous resources (including Hubbs-Sea World Research Institute, Regional Water Quality Control Board, & local library catalogs), it is not comprehensive since so the Bay literature is elusive. In addition, there can be duplicate references varying in completeness.
Topics: San Diego, Bay, Harbor, Marine, Oceanography, Bibliography, Research
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May 18, 2019 Peter Brueggeman
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Several factors influence book binding: how much the publisher wishes to spend on binding; the publisher's judgment on the type of binding likely to appeal to a book's readership; the state of binding technology; and, the contemporary climate of design. The Victorian influence on design dramatically shaped bookbinding in the 1800s, going so far that quantity of ornament was intended to imply beauty, sometimes verging into aesthetic excess, with decorations irrelevant to book content.   
Topics: bookbinding, book publishing, 1800s, 19th Century
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May 18, 2019 Richard A. Schwartzlose, Danténoc Alvarez-Millán, Peter Brueggeman
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The Gulf of California Bibliography was developed for those interested in marine sciences, with references covering a geographic area from Cabo Corrientes to Cabo San Lucas, northward to the head of the Gulf, at the mouth of the Colorado River. The East Pacific Rise at 21 deg N has been included, since it is important to Gulf researchers. Most references to the terrestrial flora and fauna of the Gulf Islands have been excluded. References were obtained through June 1991 in compiling this...
Topics: marine science, oceanography, science, bibliography, gulf of california, mexico, baja california
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May 18, 2019 Peter Brueggeman
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Scripps Institution of Oceanography is a fictitious setting in several novels. Genres in which SIO appears include murder mysteries, romances, and science fiction. SIO appears under its own name or other names like Scripps Institute, University of San Geronimo Department of Oceanography, Oceanography Institute, Pacific Institute, Seaside Laboratory, Marine Research Institute, Brayton Institute of Oceanography, Dawson Oceanographic Institute, and Torrey Institution of Oceanography. Excluded are...
Topics: fiction, placename, novels
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May 18, 2019 Peter Brueggeman
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History of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography Library in La Jolla, California
Topics: history, library, university, oceanography, marine science
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May 18, 2019 Peter Brueggeman
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NATURE PRINTING noun: a method of producing a print of a natural object (such as a leaf) or a textile (such as lace) by making an impression of it directly onto a soft metal printing plate under great pressure and then taking an inked impression on paper.
Topics: book printing, nature printing, book publishing
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Mar 11, 2019 Lee Shippey
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Autobiography of Lee Shippey. Shippey was a partially blind writer who was a war journalist and foreign correspondent during World War I. Afterward, he came to California and earned fame with a daily column for the Los Angeles Times called 'The Lee Side 'o L.A.' 
Topics: newspaper, writer, columnist